The flag of Chad features three vertical stripes of equal width: blue on the left, yellow in the center, and red on the right. Positioned at the center of the yellow stripe is a red, five-pointed star.
The blue stripe symbolizes the sky and hope, while the yellow stripe represents the sun and the desert in the northern region of the country.
Additionally, the red stripe symbolizes the blood of martyrs and the southern part of the nation. The red star at the center of the flag signifies the unity between the people and the government, reflecting the collective aspirations and solidarity of Chad’s citizens.